The New Data Economy

Every country has its own digital laws. How can we get data flowing freely between them?

Data Free Flow with Trust could harmonize data exchanges across borders. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Fumiko Kudo

Project Strategy Lead, C4IR, World Economic Forum, Japan

Ryosuke Sakaki

Fellow, C4IR, World Economic Forum, Japan

Jonathan Soble

Editorial and Communication Lead, World Economic Forum, C4IR Japan


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Six areas that pose challenges to cross-border Data Free Flow with Trust Image: Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI), Japan
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